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Table Rocks

An oak-woodland chaparral habitat in southwest Oregon, home to a unique bird community.

Red Marker Table Rocks
An oak-woodland chaparral habitat in southwest Oregon, home to a unique bird community.

Location: In southwest Oregon, Upper and Lower Table Rocks are located about 10 miles west-northwest of Medford, west-central Jackson County.

Description: Includes Upper and Lower Table Rocks as well as Kelly Slough below Lower Table Rock. The flat-topped rock formations are flanked by oak-woodland chaparral, a threatened habitat in Oregon. The Table Rocks are managed cooperatively by the Nature Conservancy, the Bureau of Land Management, and Rogue River Ranch.

Ornithological Highlights: The oak-woodland chaparral habitat surrounding the rocks are home to a unique bird community that includes Oak Titmouse, Blue-gray Gnatchatcher, and California Towhee, as well as more widespread species such as Acorn Woodpecker, Olive-sided Flycatcher, Oregon Vesper Sparrow, Peregrine Falcon, Western Bluebird, Willow Flycatcher, and White-breasted Nuthatch.

Lower Table RockFor more information on Table Rocks, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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Location: In southwest Oregon, Upper and Lower Table Rocks are located about 10 miles west-northwest of Medford, west-central Jackson County.

Description: Includes Upper and Lower Table Rocks as well as Kelly Slough below Lower Table Rock. The flat-topped rock formations are flanked by oak-woodland chaparral, a threatened habitat in Oregon. The Table Rocks are managed cooperatively by the Nature Conservancy, the Bureau of Land Management, and Rogue River Ranch.

Ornithological Highlights: The oak-woodland chaparral habitat surrounding the rocks are home to a unique bird community that includes Oak Titmouse, Blue-gray Gnatchatcher, and California Towhee, as well as more widespread species such as Acorn Woodpecker, Olive-sided Flycatcher, Oregon Vesper Sparrow, Peregrine Falcon, Western Bluebird, Willow Flycatcher, and White-breasted Nuthatch.

Lower Table RockFor more information on Table Rocks, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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